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Detailed Translations for obscure from English to Spanish

obscure:

to obscure verb (obscures, obscured, obscuring)

  1. to obscure (cloud)
  2. to obscure (darken)

Conjugations for obscure:

present
  1. obscure
  2. obscure
  3. obscures
  4. obscure
  5. obscure
  6. obscure
simple past
  1. obscured
  2. obscured
  3. obscured
  4. obscured
  5. obscured
  6. obscured
present perfect
  1. have obscured
  2. have obscured
  3. has obscured
  4. have obscured
  5. have obscured
  6. have obscured
past continuous
  1. was obscuring
  2. were obscuring
  3. was obscuring
  4. were obscuring
  5. were obscuring
  6. were obscuring
future
  1. shall obscure
  2. will obscure
  3. will obscure
  4. shall obscure
  5. will obscure
  6. will obscure
continuous present
  1. am obscuring
  2. are obscuring
  3. is obscuring
  4. are obscuring
  5. are obscuring
  6. are obscuring
subjunctive
  1. be obscured
  2. be obscured
  3. be obscured
  4. be obscured
  5. be obscured
  6. be obscured
diverse
  1. obscure!
  2. let's obscure!
  3. obscured
  4. obscuring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for obscure:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
malicioso fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak
siniestro calamity; catastrophe; insurance claim
vago idler; layabout; lazy bones; loafer; loiterer; lounger; skulker; slacker; sloth; sluggard; twerp; work-shy
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
confundir cloud; obscure confuse; interchange; mix up; tangle; unnerve someone; unsettle someone; upset someone
enturbiar cloud; obscure
hacer turbio cloud; obscure
oscurecer darken; obscure
- becloud; bedim; befog; blot out; blur; cloud; confuse; fog; haze over; hide; mist; obliterate; obnubilate; overcloud; veil
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- apart; dark; hidden; isolated; unknown; unnoticeable; unsung; vague
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- abstruse; conceal; difficult to understand; hide
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
averiado faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear bankrupt; battered; broken; cracked; crushed; damaged; dilapidated; gone to pieces; in rags; in shreds; moth eaten; ruptured; snapped; tattered; to pieces; torn
confuso inconvenient; indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague aghast; appalled; baffled; bashful; blurred; confused; crazy; crestfallen; daft; dazed; diffident; diffuse; dim; dismayed; disordered; dumbfounded; faint; flabbergasted; foolish; funny; glum; hazy; idiotic; in a daze; insane; mad; mentally confused; misty; nontransparent; not bright; not clear; odd; opaque; perplexed; ridiculous; shy; silly; stunned; stupid; taken aback; timid; turbid; unclear; undefinable; upset; vague; vaguely
defectuoso faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear deficient; imperfect; not bright; not clear; turbid
desarreglado faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear chaotic; confused; disorderly; disorederly; disorganised; disorganized; inattentive; lawless; littered; mixed up; negligent; pell mell; undisciplined; unkempt; untidy; wild
estropeado faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear battered; broken; buggered up; bust; cut up; damaged; defective; dilapidated; disfigured; in rags; in shreds; injured; marked; moth eaten; on the blink; out of order; ruined; sliced; spoilt; tattered; to pieces; torn; worn; worn out; worn with age; wounded
lanoso indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague woolen; woollen; woolly; wooly
lanífero indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague
lóbrego indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague creepy; deceitful; eerie; lugubrious; mendacious; miserable; naseaus; rotten; scary; sinister; unreliable; wretched
lúgubre dubious; grimy; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unreliable abominable; appalling; creepy; detestable; diseased; eerie; frightening; ghastly; horrible; horrid; ill; ill-fated; lugubrious; macabre; obnoxious; odious; ominous; repellant; repellent; repulsive; revolting; scary; shady; sinister; spooky; suffering from a disease; terrible; terrifying; unholy
malicioso dubious; grimy; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unreliable bad; devilish; hateful; invidious; malicious; mean; satanic; snide; spiteful; venomous; vicious; virulent; vitriolic
misterioso indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague deceitful; enigmatic; mendacious; mysterious; not bright; not clear; turbid; unreliable
no funciona faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear
obscuro indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague deceitful; mendacious; unreliable
opaco indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague blurred; dusted; filmy; frosted; hazy; intransparency; lightproof; lighttight; matted; misty; muzzy; nontransparent; opaque; powdered; shrouded; vague; veiled
oscuro dubious; grimy; indistinct; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unclear; unreliable; vague cheerless; creepy; dark; deceitful; drab; gloomy; grey; joyless; mat; melancholic; mendacious; moody; pensive; sad; scary; somber; sombre; triste; unlit; unreliable; wistful
poco claro inconvenient; indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague nontransparent; opaque; unclear; vague; vaguely
poco fiable indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague deceitful; false; lying; mendacious; unreliable; untruthful
roto faulty; indistinct; obscure; out of order; unclear blighted; broken; broken through; bust; defective; demolished; destroyed; knocked down; on the blink; out of order; pulled down; ruined; ruptured; to pieces; torn; torn down
sin visibilidad inconvenient; indistinct; obscure; unclear nontransparent; opaque; unclear
siniestro dubious; grimy; indistinct; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unclear; unreliable; vague creepy; deceitful; eerie; frightening; lugubrious; mendacious; ominous; repulsive; scary; sinister; terrifying; unappetising; unappetizing; unreliable; unsavory; unsavoury
sombrío dubious; grimy; indistinct; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unclear; unreliable; vague a pity; cheerless; clowdy; creepy; deceitful; dejected; depressed; despondent; disconsolate; discouraged; diseased; disheartened; dismal; dispirited; drab; dreary; dull; eerie; gloomy; grey; ill; joyless; low spirited; lugubrious; mat; melancholic; mendacious; miserable; morbid; naseaus; ominous; pessimistic; rotten; sad; scary; sinister; suffering from a disease; too bad; unreliable; wistful; wretched
sospechosamente indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague deceitful; mendacious; ominous; sinister; unreliable
sospechoso dubious; grimy; indistinct; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unclear; unreliable; vague changeable; contested; controversial; creepy; debatable; deceitful; dishonest; disputable; disputed; dubious; eerie; false; imputable; lugubrious; lying; mendacious; ominous; open to question; questionable; repulsive; scary; sinister; unappetising; unappetizing; uncertain; unreliable; unsavory; unsavoury; unstable; untruthful; variable; varying
tenebroso indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague cheerless; creepy; deceitful; gloomy; joyless; mendacious; moody; not bright; not clear; ominous; pensive; sad; scary; sinister; somber; sombre; triste; turbid; unreliable; wistful
tétrico indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague a pity; deceitful; dejected; depressed; despondent; discouraged; disheartened; dispirited; gloomy; low spirited; mendacious; miserable; naseaus; ominous; pessimistic; rotten; sinister; too bad; unreliable; wretched
vago inconvenient; indistinct; obscure; unclear; vague alarming; bearing no interests; bland; blurred; creepy; deceitful; dim; faded; faint; foggy; frightening; frightful; grisly; hazy; idle; imminent; impending; indeterminate; lurid; mendacious; misty; nontransparent; not bright; not clear; ominous; opaque; out of focus; pale; sallow; scary; shadowy; sinister; spooky; terrifying; threatening; turbid; uncertain; unclear; undefinable; unreliable; vague; vaguely; washed out

Related Words for "obscure":

  • obscureness, obscuring, obscurement, obscurer, obscurest, obscurely

Synonyms for "obscure":


Related Definitions for "obscure":

  1. not clearly understood or expressed1
    • an obscure turn of phrase1
    • an impulse to go off and fight certain obscure battles of his own spirit1
  2. marked by difficulty of style or expression1
    • those who do not appreciate Kafka's work say his style is obscure1
  3. remote and separate physically or socially1
    • an obscure village1
  4. not drawing attention1
    • an obscure flaw1
  5. not famous or acclaimed1
    • an obscure family1
  6. difficult to find1
    • an obscure retreat1
  7. make obscure or unclear1
    • The distinction was obscured1
  8. make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing1
  9. reduce a vowel to a neutral one, such as a schwa1
  10. make unclear, indistinct, or blurred1
  11. make less visible or unclear1
    • The stars are obscured by the clouds1
    • the big elm tree obscures our view of the valley1

Wiktionary Translations for obscure:

obscure
verb
  1. to hide, put out of sight
adjective
  1. dark, faint or indistinct

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
obscure obscuro; oscuro duister — in weinig of geen licht badend
obscure desconocido inconnu — qui n'est pas connu
obscure oscuro obscur — Où il y a peu, où il n’y a pas de lumière.
obscure oscurecer obscurcirrendre obscur.



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